Session 1: Improving Canine Mobility Through Fascia Part 2
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Faculty: Dr. Wendy Coren
This session will cover understanding mechanoreceptors and how their effect on fascial techniques.
Session 2: Clinical Pearls and Case Studies
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Faculty: Rebecca Amstutz, DC, CVSMT
This course provides a review of cranial nerves, an associated cranial nerve exam, and an easy neurological exam you can perform on patients that will help you detect potential disorders associated with findings. We will then go through a series of case studies to review different chiropractic conditions (not all neurological) that we as clinicians may encounter in our practice. We welcome interactions of the case studies so that we can generate collaborative ways to manage our patients.
|Improving Canine Mobility Parts 1 & 2 Handout (4.60 MB)||33 Pages||Available after Purchase|
|Clinical Pearls Handout (2.44 MB)||39 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Married to her partner in work and life Dr David Lundquist. An equestrian amateur all her life Dr. Coren has combined her love of horses with healthcare, fitness, and performance practices.
Following a degree in biology from Franklin and Marshall College, Coren received her Doctor of Chiropractic from New York Chiropractic College in 1980. She is certified in multiple animal methodologies including certifications form the AVCA (American Veterinary Chiropractic), IVCA (International Veterinary Chiropractic Association), and VOM. She is a regular instructor in kinesiology taping and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) as a means to improving structure and function for canine and equine populations.
Currently residing in Florida, Dr. Coren travels the world teaching, coaching, learning, and aligning equestrian and canine athletes. When not working, she can be found riding her own horses or romping with dogs at the beach.
She is the mother of two accomplished professionals Dustin Coren, DVM and Casey Coren, MA.
Dr. Amstutz earned her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 2005 and began working at a human chiropractic office treating people and helping them live pain-free healthier lives. Combining chiropractic skills with a deep love for animals, in 2010 Dr. Amstutz completed her Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy program (Animal Chiropractic) at an accredited school, Healing Oasis Wellness Center, in Sturtevant Wisconsin. Additionally she holds a certification with the American Canadian College of Animal Chiropractic. Dr. Amstutz is on the Board of Directors for the Minnesota Chiropractic Association and sits on the education and membership committees.
Dr. Amstutz started Perpetual Motion Animal Chiropractic in 2010 and practices full time providing chiropractic care to animals. She loves and deeply respects animals and aims to help those suffering from pain and chronic health problems, as well as help owners maintain healthy happy pets.
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